Representative Ed Cannaday's Special Interest Group Ratings

Office: State House (OK) - District 15, Democratic
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Business and Consumers

2017 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions (Cumulative Score) 59% 2017 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions 74% 2016 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions 85% 2015-2016 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions (State Legislatures) 71% 2015 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions 80% 2014 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions 58% 2014 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions (Cumulative Score) 51% 2013-2014 Oklahoma National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 25% 2012 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 79% 2012 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 48% 2011-2012 Oklahoma National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 50% 2011 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 49% 2011 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 41% 2010 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 40% 2010 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 43% 2009 OKWatchdog - Positions on Consumer and Patient Advocacy 92% 2009 Research Institute for Economic Development - Cumulative Score 38% 2008 Oklahoma Center for Consumer and Patient Safety - Positions 86% 2008 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 21% 2007 Oklahoma Center for Consumer and Patient Safety - Positions on Consumer and Patient Advocacy 87 2007 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 70

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